Poetic Justice - Realizing his love for music at an early age Poetic Justice never began to take it seriously until late 2013. He began to play guitar, sing and write in silence, until 2014 where he started to rap and produce as a hobby. He quickly realized his potential and continued to pursue his music. With musical roots coming from his father who also played guitar, sang and was heavily into audio systems, Poetic Justice grew up listening to 90’s slow jams and hip hop which has transitioned to the music he makes today. Poetic Justice will be releasing his first solo EP in February. Following that will be a joint project with Sir Louie as Twoabove.
Sir Louie - Growing up Sir Louie was exposed to music constantly with a dad who Dj’d and a mother who would play neo-soul artists like Erykah Badu and Jill Scott while doing house work. Being heavily exposed to music it wasn’t until he had is own copy of Late Registration by Kanye West, that he first realized his love for hip hop. Since then he has played in a number of bands and held roles in school plays, but it wasn’t until earlier this year that he had the idea to create his own music. With influences of 90’s east coast artists like Mos Def and Big L, he also draws inspiration from more current artists like Kendrick Lamar and Nomame. Look for music releases by Sir Louie in the near future as well as the joint project with Poetic Justice as Twoabove.
Cisha - 19 year old singer songwriter Cisha was born in Burndib but grew up in Cape Town South Africa for most of her life. She then migrated to Canada with her family in the city of Winnipeg 2015. Started singing at the age of 9. Cisha only then decided to become an solo R&B, soul hip-hop artist in the year of 2016 at the age of 18 with the experience of being part of many bands performing with different musicians and recording. Cisha has discovered her own sound and style that has given her the platform she has now in the music industry.
Her very first EP titled Cisha is set to be released November 19, 2017. It is an introduction of getting to know her and experiences she has face to become who she is now. Cisha the EP consists or five songs from jazz to soul from hip-hop to R&B and Afrobeat all of these genres play a role of the music that has influenced her growing up as a young artist exploring the sound and style of music. Cisha teamed up with numerous amounts of musicians to create this EP. All of the songs on the EP were written by Cisha . The EP was recorded at studios in the city of Winnipeg. This EP will be available all over the internet soon.
Jerick Reyes - Falling in love with music at the age of 7 Jerick’s biggest inspiration was Eminem and continues to be. His sisters used to print out lyrics just so he could follow along and rap to his songs, this is where his passion was found. During high school he found himself in the musical arts program as much as he could. Enlisting in concert band/choir, vocal jazz, jazz band, theatre, honour choir and chamber choir. In 2016 “Ripped Pages” his first solo mixtape was released. Later on in the year he released 2 E.P’s titled “Unfinished” and “Clutter”. Earlier this year Jerick has performed at ‘Canada 150’ at Miles Mac Collegiate, Dalagita 2017 as well as ‘The Showcase Tour’ in Vancouver.
"Music is important to me because its such a universal language.
I want to change the world, change peoples perspective and how they look at one another.
I truly feel that God blessed me with my gift, and I just want to share it."